Publication or Conference Title:M.A. Thesis, McGill University
This thesis presents an in-depth examination of musical mapping in two dimensions. Music has existed in two dimensions, in various forms of notation, for hundreds of years. Somewhat more recently, as the touchscreen has reached consumer levels of affordability, music has become controllable via interactive two-dimensional surfaces. This work examines how musical parameters are mapped to and controlled by these surfaces, including interactive
touchscreens and static scores.